Resetting the conference races after Week 4; more Overtime

Monday September 23rd, 2013
Tailback Lache Seastrunk (25) and Baylor have outscored their first three opponents a combined 209-23.
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On Saturday against Louisiana-Monroe -- a team that held Oklahoma to 34 points in its opener and won at Wake Forest in Week 3 -- Baylor scored 70 points in two and a half quarters of an eventual 70-7 rout. It finished with 781 total yards, the exact same total as it racked up in its 70-13 win over Buffalo in its previous game. Throw in a season-opening 69-3 win over Wofford and the Bears are the first team since Oklahoma in 2008 to put up 60-plus points in three consecutive games.

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College football roundup: Week 4
Derek Carr (4) led Fresno State on a game-winning, 87-yard scoring drive to beat Boise State on Friday.
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After replacing injured quarterback Jeff Driskel, Tyler Murphy led Florida to a 31-17 win over Tennessee.
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Georgia Tech quarterback Vad Lee was one of several players who wore 'APU' wristbands this weekend.
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Wisconsin at Ohio State, Saturday (8 p.m. ET): The Buckeyes, winners of 16 straight games, begin their Big Ten title quest against the three-time defending league champs. The Badgers' prolific rushing attack will test coach Urban Meyer's defense, but Wisconsin's D will have to keep pace with Ohio State's explosive offense.

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